As Phish become older, tours seem to be more confined to the Northeast. This is a fact fans are familiar with and how one feels about it depends largely on where they live. When Baker’s Dozen was first announced I know I, as someone who doesn’t live in the Northeast, had a hard time seeing […]READ MORE
As many of us have already known, Phish will be releasing a 6-CD box set titled St. Louis ’93 which will feature two phan-favorite shows from one of the best years in Phishtory: April 14 & August 16, 1993. Yes, at one time Phish played cities that were not NYC. St. Louis ’93 is available for pre-order […]READ MORE
Tour openers are unpredictable, they can be hit or miss–will the band dive head-first into the excitement of the tour or will they play it safe, focusing on the essentials to get their feet wet in order to have a good foundation to build off of? Last night fell somewhere in between and at points it […]READ MORE
The four nights were laced with energy, jams, mostly tight playing, and a New Year’s Eve “gimmick” that deserves its spot on the shelf of really cool things Phish has done to celebrate a holiday. The run was a success.
One of the great parts about Phish, though, is nitpicking Phish, so without further adieu, let’s take a look at some of the things Phish did and didn’t do at MSG.READ MORE
With a monumental first set comprised entirely of songs that hadn’t been played all year, including a “Col. Forbin’s Ascent” with narration, and a second set that easily stands up with the best sets of the tour to date, the band added yet another notch to the Win column.READ MORE